If you’ve followed closely the live of the Obamas in recent times, then it’s no news to you that they just celebrated their 25th wedding annivesary.
Still in the spirit of celebrating almost everyone’s favourite American couple, let’s take a look at some of the best looks of the former First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama.
Check them out below.
Michelle wore this black pin-striped dress complete with round metallic embellishments paired with black pointed-toe ankle-strap pumps at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women.
She rocked this navy lace Jason Wu dress to former President Barack Obama’s farewell address in Chicago. The frock has added significance, as Wu is also the man who designed her white one-shoulder gown for the Inauguration Ball in 2009.
She wore a Tracy Reese floral-print dress, black pumps, and silver hoop earrings to speak at Veterans Homelessness Summit.
For her final White House State Dinner, Michelle Obama pulled out all the stops, making a show-stopping entrance in a custom rose gold Atelier Versace chainmail gownwith a fitted bodice, drapery, and an asymmetric off-shoulder neckline, styled with Le Vian diamonds.
Michelle wore a knit sleeveless dress that featured a chevron print crafted in black, white, gray, and pale blue colors. She topped the frock off with a thin black belt at her waist, a sparkling collar necklace, diamond drop earrings, and a pair of classic black pumps.
She celebrated the fourth annual International Day of the Girl at an event in Washington, DC, wearing a black, white, and yellow floral print dress that she paired with leather pumps and drop earrings.
The former first lady wore a knee-length Self-Portrait dress with a black and white floral pattern and a splash of green on her right hip at Broadway Shines a Light on Girls’ Education. A black mesh neckline highlighted her toned arms.
She definitely stunned in a strapless Naeem Khan ball gown which featured a dramatic sweetheart neckline, a full skirt, and an eye-catching pattern of hand-painted gold leaf on black tulle at the Phoenix Awards Dinner.
For the White House State Dinner in honor of Singapore’s prime minister, the First Lady turned to Lady Gaga’s fashion director, Brandon Maxwell, who created a custom, strapless ivory sponge crepe gown.
For look number 10, we have the former FLOTUS in a brilliant yellow Naeem Khan dress covered in floral embellishments. She wore this to welcome Singapore’s Prime Minister and his wife to the White House.
Of course former FLOTUS has many more super stunning and gorgeous looks but these ten are just some of our favourites!
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